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RAMzine Issue 13

RAMzine Issue 13: Doyle, Dead Label, HRH Reviews!

Issue 13 is here! Grab your free print copy now. In this issue, we have a brief chat with former Misfit, Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein. He talks veganism, Misfits, and his new starring role. We also catch up with some old friends, Dead Label, who you will be able to catch this year on the Dogtooth Stage at Download Festival. They ...

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The Dollyrots

Premiere: The Dollyrots – City of Angels

Alternative punk rockers The Dollyrots have teamed up with RAMzine to bring you the exclusive premiere of their new lyric video for ‘City of Angels’. The Dollyrots infectious blend of sing-a-long punk rock really makes you smile! Whilst Kelly Ogden (bass and vocals) and Luis Cabezas (guitar and vocals) provide some of us with a sense nostalgia from a carefree-teen ...

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Deliberations From The Shire with Mike James - Life Of Agony

Deliberations From The Shire with Mike James – Life Of Agony

If energetic alternative rock is your thing then the eagerly awaited new offering from Life Of Agony is just the tonic. It has been 12 years since their last album and the world has changed beyond all measures. There is a drive and intensity in these new songs that only someone like Mina Caputo could pen, wearing her heart on ...

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Code Orange

“We’ll always be a hardcore band as long as we’re still Code Orange” – Eric Balderose

They’re a band who has brought a lot to the table over the past few years garnering the interest of many since the release of 2014s I Am King which turned heads from hardcore and metal fans alike. Code Orange recently returned triumphantly to the UK as they joined the might of metal kings themselves Gojira who were also back in ...

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metaldays

MetalDays – Final band announcement!

MetalDays, the best festival on the Metalhead calendar, has now announced fourteen more acts! HEAVEN SHALL BURN, SÓLSTAFIR, BÖMBERS, GRAVE DIGGER, FIRESPAWN, RAVEN, LIK, BOTANIST, THE CRAWLING, GREYBEARDS, SEVEN SPIRES, PANTALEON, PIKES EDGE and NORD. Joining an already strong line-up headlined by Amon Amarth, Marilyn Manson, Opeth, Iced Earth and Doro, MetalDays proves killer yet again! The festival takes places ...

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Eve To Adam's Odyssey

Deliberations From The Shire with Mike James – Eve To Adam

If big catchy sing-a-long tunes are your thing then the new album from New York City’s Eve To Adam will not disappoint. Imagine the fist-pumping sounds of Avenged Sevenfold or the headbanging riffage of Queens of The Stone Age and you can get the scope of the type of song that is included in new album Odyssey. This album is ...

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Beast Modulus

Deliberations From The Shire with Mike James – Beast Modulus

Being explodes into your ears in a wave of static sounding news bulletins before pounding into a pure groove and thunderous sonic fury. From the off this is a strangely aggressive album with lead singer Kurt’s vocals searing like a man on a mission. Later in the album his ability and range draw from a number of influences such as ...

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Creeper

Creeper’s Southampton Show with Puppy, Energy & Milk Teeth

Just a day after releasing their first full-length feature, Eternity, In Your Arms, Creeper set off on a UK tour bringing pop-punk bands Puppy, Energy and Milk Teeth. RAMzine headed down to the sold out show at Southampton’s The 1865 last week to check them out. First to take the stage were Puppy. They kicked the night off early and ...

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Download Festival

Download Festival: SIKTH, SUICIDE SILENCE, CODE ORANGE & MORE!

Our favourite premier rock festival, Download, has now announced a load more bands! Blackwater Conspiracy – Blackwaters – Code Orange – Devin Townsend Project – Drones – Krokodil – Love Zombies – Machine Gun Kelly – Max & Igor Cavalera – Nothing More – Orange Goblin – Otherkin – Pertubator – Sick Puppies – Sikth – Suicide Silence – Tax ...

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Evil Scarecrow

HRH Hammerfest 2017: Saturday Highlights

All good things must come to an end, and this mindset hangs heavy in the air of the final day of Hammerfest 2017. As bleak as it feels, it’s not going to dampen any spirits, as roaring hordes of horn-throwing metal fans are racing to kick-start the glorious finale. Opening the ‘Young Blood’ portion of the festival is the Birmingham ...

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